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this is local 12 news, live at 5:00. 5:00. gre skies have been around for most of the day. >> yes, bit cloudy, too. some areas in the tri-state has seen some showers. erica, and our way. seen. and peebles and west union, included in that as well. we're tracking widespread light to moderate rain, covering places like claremont county. and we're lowering visibilities to 3 miles or so at the airport. lebanon, having moderate rain. that's moving northeast. unfortunately, going to be continue to be in the areas. hamilton through wilmington, seeing light to moderate rain. franklin and ripley county,
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we're seeing the edge to the butler area into dry ridge and williamstown. thalmus, you're dry. areas in georgetown and areas east of there, hanging on to mostly cloudy skies. temperatures near 70 degrees. as you could see, this is moving north and east. we will continue to see the shield of rain. i expect to have some soggy conditions later in the evening. and we're down to 2 1/2 miles, visibility in hamilton. temperatures are around 60. and 63 in middletown and 61 from batavannion. as we continue to track rain for tomorrow as well. how much you could expect through the day tomorrow and as well as the entire weekend on monday. that's coming up in 10 minutes. local breaking news alert now.
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charged with covering up an off duty accident by another cop has been acquitted. officer jason cotterman were charged with charged with derecollection of duty. they found him not guilty. and man finds himself in the middle of gun target. >> neighbors are left to wonder, if more violence are left. and in the yard of a home, in east price hill. givens was shot and killed. investigators aren't sure when the shooting happened and no one was arrested. hours after the body was found, another one found him the target nearby. megan talked to him and she's in the newsroom with more on the gun violence. megan.
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a 23-year-old man was found shot to death. this afternoon, more gunfire. that guy dodged the bullet. i talked to him what went down. he tells me he and some friends were standing in warsaw avenue when a carful of guys started firing. he ran scared he would be hit. he ended up running towards a utility pole. he hit his head. you saw the bandage around his head. he said he didn't get a good look at the car or who was shooting at him. he thinks what happened this morning, was related to the murder of his friend. >> i know it was connected. i took off. i know the bullets was coming. i took off. >> he tells me he feels lucky he wasn't hit by the bullets and plans to lay low. rob, back to you.
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if you have any information on the killing of jamar givens. you don't have to give your name. you can't give cash for clues. 18-year-old from westchester township will spend 16 years in prison. the judge imposed a lifetime driving suspension on tristin lacy. lacy pleaded guilty to aggravated homicide for the cash that happened day after christmas. lacy slammed into a pole and tree killing mark valentine. and local couple accused of letting their children live in horrible conditions. they were convicted of child endangering. today, the judge sentenced them to 90 days in jail. the couple won't have to serve it if they continue to get counselling and follow the instructions of the agency. we first told you about the story in january. the children were removed from
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went to check on them. officers found piles of garbage, dirty clothing and cat feces and the tightest avenue home. the children have been staying with grandmother in dayton. a neighborhood crime alert from northern kentucky. a woman handed a teller a note at the heritage bank. and demanding $5 thousand. and about 20 minutes later, she and two others were stopped on kyle lane after a florence officer spotted the car where three people were arrested. vanity and larry mobley, from the cincinnati area, are charged with robbery. they are held at the detention center. >> local pioneer is honored. city council renamed the 100 block of walnut street as mary anne spencer way. spencer was the first african-american woman elected to council. that's just not it. she was the first female
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and led the fight to desegregate coney island in the 1950's. and spencer thanks council for today's honor and also thanked her late husband, donald. >> we were married for 70 years. i could only say, they were the most fruitful, fulfilling happy times of my entire life. if he returned, i would marry him again. >> unlike many street renameings, this one is not simply honorary. the portion of walnut street in question will have the name changed and new signs will be posted. as i said before, so well-deserved. what an incredible woman. >> so fun, too. she's like reading a history book with conversation. coming back from a run from
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technology leads poolicece >> a drone serves as an eye in the sky for police in northern ohio while tracking an escaped inmate.
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sandusky county jail in fact, this was the department's second day of training with it. the cameras spotted the escapee and kept close watch as the officers zone in and caught their man. they plan to open a cargo hub. and amazon that has a major distribution center in hebron, plans to move a 737 to move merchandise. it was hit hard when dhl move its hub in '09 when things layoffs. cincinnati water works is trying to figure out how much it will cost and how long it will take to replace all the water lines in hamilton county. crews were out replacing a line in clifton this morning. about 18 thousand, 7 percent of the water lines are still made of lead.
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buildings, rather before 1927, when lead lines were outlawed in the city. lead has been linked to possible health problems in flint, michigan. water works will replace lines it owns but homeowners are responsible for replacing lead lines inside their properties. if you are not sure whether a pipe is lead, you could do a simple test. scratch the pipe with a coin or key. if it becomes shiny and scratches easily, the pipe is made of lead. >> the new chip technology on credit cards could make it tougher when you buy gift cards. you may have to pay cash or buy smaller denomination. the chip technology means retailers are responsible for fraudulent purchases. many of them are not using the chip enabled card readers. stores without them are asking for cash or limiting how many gift cards could be purchased in a 24 hour span. the national grocer's
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card purchases cost retailers nearly 4 billion a year. >> one first lady paying respect for another.
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. >> presession escorted the late nancy reagan as she made her final stop to the final resting place. her casket was buried, in the presidential library this morning where she will lie in reposey it appears president obama will not attend nancy reagan's funeral. organizers say president obama is expected to be in austin, texas that day. the president is slated to give a keynote address at the annual event. white house says first lady michelle obama will attend the funeral. >> ohio has another important statewide primary next tuesday. . >> it's the democratic battle for the u.s. nomination. it's a fight between a young up and comer and a season veteran. >> i think we've got a good future. i think we also got a good present.
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member of congress, two term president, of the city council. it's certainly a contrast on age. there's another contrast, guns. >> ted strickland has an a-plus rating from the nra. voted against the brady bill, voted against the ban on assault weapons. even voted against requiring child safety law on handguns. >> strickland says his position, and supports things like no gun sales to people in the government, no fly list. >> is trying to make the gun issue, the major difference between the two of us. even now, mischaracterizing our ogs. >> has similar views on others. and both criticize the man that one will face in the fall. and here's what strickland says
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>> he has consistently supported the billionaire class. i believe a woman has the right to choose, whether or not to have an abortion and control her own health care. >> and i think he's been wrong on an economy that favored those at the very top. i think he's favored wrong on whether to tell women what to do >> for that, desire to do something new. >> voters, citizens across ohio, they want the race to be about the future. >> strickland was endorsed recently, by president obama. as for the fall race, the most recent polls shows strickland and rob, basically in a tie. and although, we've seen polls turn out to be wrong, as we've seep in bernie sanders race in michigan. >> true enough.
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the democratic party candidate. kelly describes herself an activist in health care and economist inclusion >> and for many of us, it started and it doesn't look like it's going to go anywhere for a really long time. >> picked up steam this afternoon. we're going to continue to see some wet weather. and it's starting a little earlier than we'd like. you could see it starts and will back out this evening. and through the day tomorrow, it looks pretty wet. we get a break on friday. we have some light at the end of the tunnel and some more rain as well. we will continue to track it in a second. we're taking a live look at the weather camera in covington and we have some lower visibility. it's really not too bad. we have some moderate rain as well, as a lot of the local 12 viewing area. areas to the south and east,
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mostly cloudy skies. we have rain through hamilton county. heavier near white oak through south eastern portions of northern kentucky and boone county. through warren, all of butler, we're seeing some light to moderate rain, up 75 and 71. heavy right to eastern butler county. we have more widespread rain through connorsville, to dearborn county and ohio and switzerland county. and williams town, in the edge. this will continue, the outskirts of the showers. and a little while longer, and adams county as well. as mason and robinson county. and it's going to stay kind of
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cincinnati and points west and northwest. you could see it's moving along 71 to the north and east. you could see the bumps in the line of showers. we're going to dry out a little bit in the next couple of hours. times. and this rain stretches all the way down to louisiana and texas. they are dealing with a slight chance of severe weather down there. we will continue to see plain old rain this evening. temperatures right now, mazeville, 69 degrees. 68 in west union. same for peebles. and you look to the -- towards cincinnati, where it's 60 degrees. we've seen rain for the longest time period from brookville. and we'll stay around 60. someplaces will be cooler to the northwest of cincinnati and definitely will be warmer to the southeast of cincinnati around brown county, highland, down to
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we may get rain a little later tonight. most of it will stay later tonight. next 24 hours, show you what's happened. we'll still be tracking rain at times, especially around cincinnati and points westward. and overnight period, backed off over in cincinnati. through tomorrow morning, expect rain in someplaces, will continue to see boundary. that's where the rain becomes heavy through the morning and evening hours. then the boundary sinks. and it suppresses the weather and stays to the south. we'll see a break in the rain on friday with a little return on friday. tomorrow morning, we're at 61. we're at 60 at 4:00.
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1:00 friday morning. it's already thursday. so all day thursday, we're looking at an inch. overall, which means, saturday, sunday, from now through monday, we're looking at probably two inches of rain. a little more to the north and west. we're 70 on saturday. 67 on sunday and we'll dry out for tuesday. >> a lot of rain. >> some rain. >> goodness. >> feels good. you're only the messenger. >> morning commuters will be treated. what happened when miniature horses ran away from home.
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potential... unless we all do. together. a stronger country. . >> morning rush-hour turning wild thanks to some cute critters. miniature creatures are roping free. and the owner says the horses slipped through a gap through the fence which they tend to do. >> and when they are mini, they will get through the gap. >> bengals fans get through next season. who is staying and who is going. free agency began an hour ago. ted steinky, with a move.
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to the bengals at 4:00. agency. bengals have plenty of steak. 14 unrestricted free agent. lock-up. and bengals are signing them through a five-year deal. the safety is grasping in 2012. he's been a starter. both sides plan to hammer through and couldn't get it done. ilok. and he missed four games, thanks to injury. deal pays him 18 million in the first three years. then the guys who got away. biggest prize, marvin jones. to help replace calvin johnson. they replace a five-year deal worth $5 million. including 27 million in the first three years. and stacy reggie nelson getting plenty of attention with the
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and she'll meet with them for a reported 7 million deal per year. offensive lineman is resigning with the bengals. they are plenty of moves to be made. we will be back at 6:00, as well as xavier, named coach of the year. cammy back to you. >> well-deserved, brad, thanks. >> make sure you get the skinny. richard skinner has the latest on local12.com. >> live at 5:30, home state advantage. governor's chances to beat donald trump in the ohio primary. there's new way to workout in many american cities. making a gym membership a thing of the pass. . is not something you think about, what about if you had pain in every step. new technology and break through procedures that makes a difference for ankle replacement.
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. >> she was thinking she and her family were moving into a renovated town home. as the day got closer, she went through a rental. >> and -- and they were all putting down deposits on the same unit, over and over again. >> local 12, rich jaffe, joins
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local 12 news. rich. >> it's important to point out, management is not involved and what police are calling a clear rental scam. it was taking place in one of their townhouses in the last couple of weeks. ads were running on craig's list. 3 bedroom townhouse for $650 a month. when interested potential rentals showed up, they were shown the townhouse. this young woman toured the february. we're not identifying her because the suspect is not in custody. >> he actually knew a lot. he said he replaced a brand-new water heater, brand-new dishwasher, there was an alarm system. he knew everything about the apartment.
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and have new carpet laid. >> and he was going to give $1100. she couldn't get a hold of the rental guy and the keys. she came back saw some work to be done and talked to the neighbor. >> the neighbor told us, we were the second individual already that morning that was supposed to be moved in and the guy changed his number. >> when i spoke to the manager, as soon as they heard what was going on, they took down the craig's list post and met with corain township police. detectives say, they know of four different people and there could be more victims. for the victim, there's more at money. it was going to be a home of their own moving at that point. it's hard. it hurts. >> what's the most important
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>> for others to be aware. >> corain township police, are trying to in why sure that very same thing. this is a very active open case, but there could be additional victims and there could be going on right now, someplace else. if you have any information about the scam, corain detectives. and when they identify the suspect, get behind bars, we will let you know. in the newsroom, rich jaffe, local 12 news. >> rich, doesn't it remind you what happened during the foreclosure crisis. people wenting to empty houses and saying they have a right to rent it. >> it's truly a scary situation. people need to be careful. >> thank you, rich. >> looking at a new apartment or house could be down right dangerous. police say if it's at a complex, make sure you meet the leasing agent at the office to avoid the situation. whenever you're looking at a
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alone. they will boost the presidential effort. he was at the columbus office near midday. and hillary clinton is trying to hold off senator bernie sanders after his upset victory. defeated barack obama in 2008 in the ohio primary. the university poll released today, 52 percent of those surveyed favored clinton. 5 percent undecided. poll had a margin of error, plus or minus 4 percent. john kasich is hoping his ratings in ohio, get out of the vote operation is getting a victory on tuesday. he's yet to have a state, far behind the delegate count. should he succeed, governor will deprive trump. and they are slowing the business, before clenching the republican nomination out right. two more polls, and cnn shows the governor, doesn't have a
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he trails trump by 6 percent. both polls. >> ohio's election chief says more than 173 thousand ballots have been cast ahead of the swing state. and registered voters could cast ballots by mail and in person without giving any reason. secretary of state, john houston, in formal survey shows, more than 2800 absent ballots. more than 149 thousand won. in addition, voters of the state's county will decide the outcome of 465 local issues. grand jury indicts younger brother of an ohio pastor shot to death. daniel school er
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and he's accused of killing reverend, february 28th. daniel schooler has a history of mental illness. chipotle shut down. and no customers are infected at this point. employees get paid sick leave under changes, the restaurant chain leave, after a serious of outbreaks nationwide. health inspectors, are there again today. >> 40 million people and three time zones took in last night's total eclipse. southeast asia, when the moon moved into the sun. and in someplaces it lasted four minutes. in the u.s. we'll get an experience like that in august of next year, for the first time
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>> debate, really shouting matches.
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rate the presidential candidates >> newly-released report, says
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nonmilitary missions in the past decade. there's less than 20 flights and they were in compliance with existing law. they came from a public records request. the report didn't provide details on any of the domestic spying missions. two presidential democratic candidates. and some are wondering if debate is the right word to call them. jeff barnes went to the experts to find out. more than 100 years, the prep school has been a dominant force in the arena of public debate. their teams have won several years against competing schools vowed for the coveted debate cup. >> and dustin mack has been transfixed with the presidential debate, republican and democrat. given the rules of horrible
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to tell you, most of the presidential candidate are not debating but bickering. >> he hit my hands. nobody has hit my hands. >> if i shed that in front of my debate coach during a real debate, i don't know if i will get kicked out. >> effective debater, must excel in content and performance. they say sunday's debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders was there on performance and low on content. as for the recent republican rumble in detroit, matt says content was seriously lacking. >> it doesn't seem as if it is really a debate. it's almost an argument. >> the candidates that impress them the most, is john kasich. >> never tried to go and get into the scrums that we've seep across the stage. >> as far as debate coach is concerned. >> these are not debates. they are some sort of public blood sport that has little to
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is all about. >> debating team, says none of the presidential candidate would win in any one of their debating competitions. even though governor kasich came the closest, they say even he wouldn't be worthy of the cooper cup. in baltimore, jeff barn reporting. >> true debating is a different game. it's one of the biggest breakthroughs in getting rid of foot and ankle pain.
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makes it possible . >> former football player says thank you to the football team. >> he shares the story, liz bonis, who joins us. >> and ankle hurt so much. it hurt every step. the former athlete says the team with mercy health, has given him the hottest procedure for pain-free walking. they actually replaced his ankle joint and had numerous time for help. >> and ohio state and about 20 minute walk from where we parked. that's three advils over and
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>> and about ankle replacement, he's hoping. >> walk without pain, walk with my ankle off to the side. >> dr. lens is hoping to see, what is causing the pain. >> rubbing bone by bone. >> and took a scan on the painful joint. >> people of rite medical, and they put a plan specific to the patient, which is the newest thing. >> animation, courtesy of the medical team shows, they accepted back a customized replacement kit. >> and it tells us what size the prosthesis, how many pieces we should put up into the leg to make it stable and gives us a three dimensional replica of their ankle, actual replica.
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during a procedure that takes a few hours. >> and right after that he noticed a big difference and he could step without pain. >> i was hoping for the ability to walk pain-free for a distance. this is beyond my wildest dreams. it's incredible. >> what a great result. in most cases, it helps a fusion. this 3-d replica technology makes things most reliable. think about the ankle. we have to let it go a lot of different ways. >> thanks, guys. >> good evening to you. i hope you're seeing a soggy evening commute. throughout the evening, expect
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if you live in places like brown county, robinson, mason county, you will be dry for a while longer. that's where we have temperatures in the 60s, while we're sitting around 60, 59 degrees, where we're seeing the rain. we have rain along 71. this rain is moving right up 71. this is in red bank road. and we will track the rain all the way to louisiana, and we'll continue to move the rain, between cincinnati, portions west and southeast. and we're still dry, we're still really warm. we'll start to see the notch there, of dryer air move into the area. and i do expect a little break here around 7:00 or so.
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edge of rain, kind of stretch back from the thalmus area, northwest of the thalmus area up towards the northern brown. williamstown, we have heavy rain between critton to butler, alexandria, seeing all of that, northern kentucky, around the 275 loop. we have steady rain toward norwood, milford as well. that edge, right along the amellia, newtonville, in the edge of sprinklers. and norton county, seeing the edge. and lynchburg and portions of northwestern highland county. we have steady rain toward hamilton county and through the western counties like connorsville, liberty, down to brookville indiana. and points into ripley and dearborn county. we will continue to watch the frame, heavy at times for some
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you could see lowering look. take a look at the difference. upper 50s for places like brookville, where we've been seeing the rain. folks in mazeville, west union, peebles, we're in the upper 50s. it's still pretty nice. 59 in alexandria. batavia, we're at 60 as well as wilmington. areas south and east, will definitely be about 5 degrees warmer than this. we will sink down to 59 degrees, to 11:00, with rain at times. this boundary continues to provide us with rain. occasional rain throughout the overnight period. there's 8:00 tomorrow morning, where we're dealing with a wet commute for the morning. be prepared with the rain gear throughout the day. the area of low pressure continues to bring us more rain as the front accelerates through the area.
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widespread rain, oranges indicating more heavy rain. that will be thursday afternoon. and boundaries, allowing the areas to roll in. we will continue to see the breaks still arrives through friday. most of friday is still pretty dry. couple of showers through the morning. a lot of the day, will remain completely dry. that will be a nice break because we will have more rain for the weekend. 65 at noon tomorrow. 60 by 4:00. we see the temperatures drop a bit. 60 on friday with a break with the rain. we'll see a return on sunshine. the weekend does look wet with some thunderstorms as well. daylight savings times begins before you go to bed. tuesday, we're dry and then some more rain on wednesday.
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and we need voters who want safer gun laws and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share president obama's outrage. it's time we had leaders with the courage to stand up to the nra. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. in the senate, i'll fight for commonsense gun safety, criminal background checks, ban assault weapons. i approve this message because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra.
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this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. . fitness company is rapidly expanding. >> and wendy gillette shows how
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classes you want across the country and internationally. ashley diamond recently put a pop physique class. it's part of her gym mip membership. most here are a member of passion class. >> and you have access to over 200 classes all day long. you could make working outfit into your schedule. >> largest service of its kind. ceo started the company in new york in 2013. it's exploded to expand internationally and to the 29 metropolitan in the u.s. along the way. they will be in every market in the u.s. >> if you cancel the class, less than 12 hours before it starts, you're charged $15.
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goes up to $20. you can't visit any studio more than three times a month >> i will go to the studio, i won't go shop around. >> and model kate michael, pellet on studio, bounced her way to fitness. >> if i'm doing pilates one week. i want to get. >> class pass makes working out a pleasure rather than a chore. kwoo wendy gillette, cbs news, new york. >> you could reserve classes on-line or using an app. ranges from $179 depending on the city. class passes is in columbus but it's not in cincinnati just yet >> local 12 news, live at 6:00, ohio teen suing for a right to vote.
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welcomes the lawsuit. >> fight attacks with the
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that story coming up . >> good evening, everybody. it was a bad decision that changed the course of several lives. teenager who drove drunk and crashed, kill his friend. >> the young driver knows how long. and heartbreaking comments from the victim's family before the judge made a decision. larry
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right up, the judge in the case hopes the young people gets the message. this is a senseless drunk driving case. as the man who is responsible for the death, who is sentenced today, there was emotion and a bit of tension in the courtroom. >> tristan lacy pleaded guilty to aggravated homicide. prosecutors say lacy was drunk when he crashed his car the day after christmas. police say he was driving in excess of 100 miles an hour. as he stood before a courtroom packed with family and classmates, lacy apologized to the valentine family. >> mark was not just a best friend. he was a brother. at night, memories of mark and i raced through my head. when i would fall asleep, i'm haunted by nightmares.

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